A multiplex immunoassay gives different results than singleplex immunoassays which may bias epidemiologic associations.

@article{Koning2012AMI,
  title={A multiplex immunoassay gives different results than singleplex immunoassays which may bias epidemiologic associations.},
  author={Lawrence de Koning and Cary Liptak and Aida Shkreta and Gary Bradwin and Frank B Hu and Aruna Das Pradhan and N M El Rifai and Mark D Kellogg},
  journal={Clinical biochemistry},
  year={2012},
  volume={45 10-11},
  pages={848-51}
}
OBJECTIVES Multiplex immunoassays are increasingly used in epidemiologic studies to measure inflammatory factors, however there are few published evaluations of this technology. Our objective was to compare a common multiplex immunoassay to singleplex immunoassays for measuring inflammatory factors, and to examine how combining data from each affects an epidemiologic association. DESIGN AND METHODS Plasma IL-1 beta, IFN-gamma, IL-6, and TNF-alpha were measured in 100 samples using a multiplex… CONTINUE READING
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